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'Inversion' Trailer Hints At Story, Still No Gameplay

18 April 2011 12:27 PM, PDT | MTV Multiplayer | See recent MTV Multiplayer news »

Back in February, Namco Bandai confirmed the planned February 7, 2012 release of "Inversion," the gravity-based third-person shooter that Saber Interactive is currently working on. The news arrived alongside a trailer, which showed little more than some cool environments filled with floaty destruction. Another trailer arrives today showing off more destruction... only this time there's also a little gunplay and scene-setting for the game's story to go along with it.

There are two particularly awesome things about this trailer, and they're both quotes. The first is what starts us off, a few words of text on the screen from the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche: "Come, let us kill the spirit of gravity!" The other is spoken by a character seen in the pre-rendered trailer, presumably our hero, David Russel, immediately afterward: "Gravity is like most things. You never really appreciate it till it's gone."

I wonder what Nietzsche would think if he »

- Adam Rosenberg

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'Inversion,' A Gravity-Based Shooter, Coming In 2012

4 February 2011 12:34 PM, PST | MTV Multiplayer | See recent MTV Multiplayer news »

Saber Interactive may or may not be working on an HD remake of "Halo: Combat Evolved," as we learned earlier today. That doesn't mean they've forgotten about their upcoming Namco Bandai-published shooter "Inversion" however. In fact, mere hours after word of the "Halo" remake slipped out, Namco Bandai confirmed that "Inversion" is now set for release on February 7, 2012 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

"Inversion" was first announced back in 2009, with plans for a 2010 release. That obviously never happened, but it's typically better to see a game postponed than rushed out so no problem there. And the third-person action game looks like it will feature some fun gameplay mechanics, elaborate ones involving gravity manipulation, so all the added development will presumably give Saber a chance to get all of the game's systems up to snuff.

The story opens after an alien race known as the Lutadore invade Earth, using their gravity-based weapons to lay waste to everything. »

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Lady Gaga unleashes lyrics to upcoming single ‘Born This Way’

27 January 2011 5:17 PM, PST | | See recent news » If there were ever a time to follow Lady Gaga on Twitter, this would be one of them. The ever-spontaneous Queen of Pop treated fans to a huge, online surprise today.

According to, the mystical pop sensation Tweeted late this afternoon the full lyrics to her upcoming single, “Born This Way.”

Last September, Gaga revealed a few bars from of the single at MTV’s Video Music Awards, and art for the album, which is also titled Born This Way, has also been released earlier this month. The release of the title-track, however, is not expected until Feb. 13, giving fans a couple more weeks of hype and anticipation.

The Tweet also announced the song credits: “Born This Way” was written entirely by Lady Gaga; produced by Lady Gaga, Fernando Garibay, and DJ White Shadow; and mixed and engineered by David Russel.

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